I had a full scan two days ago which detected a virus and fixed it.Later I discovered a process running which was takeing up a high amount of page file and CPU,"dtr.exe".I ended it and continued as normal which turned out my firewall was turned off and sometimes when that process was running completely shuts down MIS and causes IE to go unresponsive unless you run it without addons(basic).Of course I googled it because every virus site has nothing on it and a few tech sites go on to say that it's a backdoor virus which writes new regitstry keys and creates an infected file which if not can cause some good damage to the computer.I found a few steps to get rid of it manually but didn't get all the files and keys taken care of.
The following is from another site which wants me to download their antivirus to remove it.....Please take a look at this and get the definitions to remove this before I have a complete crash I trust McAfee and recomend it to everyone and this virus can definitely take down computers if left untreated.
DTR.EXE has been seen to perform the following behavior:
DTR.EXE has been the subject of the following behavior:
DTR.EXE can also use the following file names:
The following file size has been seen:
The filename DTR.EXE refers to many versions of an executable program.
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